Health: 140 Karma: 18
Resources: Ty Pop: -10
Enhanced Body: Due to his body alteration, the Kangaroo could perform the following power stunts:
-Power Punch: Do up to In damage with his punches
-Kicking: Able to perform a leaping kick that does Am damage (He must leap in order to inflict this damage)
-Leaping: Two areas horizontally, 1 area vertically
Talents: Martial Arts B, Survival
Contacts: Legion of Losers
Name: Brian Hibbs
Birthdate: August 22, 1976
Marital Status: Single
Although gainfully employed as an interior decorator, Brian Hibbs nurtured a lifelong desire to be a super-villain. His fascination inexplicably fixated upon Frank Oliver, a.k.a. Kangaroo, a minor adversary of Spider-Man; after Oliver’s ignominious death, Hibbs spent years learning Kangaroo’s skills. As the new Kangaroo, he worked for the criminal Corporation in Mississippi with moderate success, and then relocated to New York to pick up where his idol left off. Caught up in a robbery spree, he was taken unaware by Spider-Man, who downed him with one punch and laughed about the encounter the rest of the day.
He was soon freed by the Grizzly, another of Spider-Man’s less-respected opponents, who teamed with Kangaroo, the Gibbon and the Spot as the Spider-Man Revenge Squad. The group’s motivations were divided: while Grizzly and Gibbon craved only payback for past humiliation, Kangaroo and Spot sought straightforward crime. Their dispute-ridden spree was interrupted by Spider-Man, who derided them as “the Legion of Losers,” but his overconfidence left him careless enough to be defeated. Kangaroo, irritated by Grizzly’s and Gibbon’s second thoughts, lashed out at Grizzly, only to knock himself out instead.
Spider-Man allowed the repentant pair to escape and hauled Kangaroo and Spot to prison, where Kangaroo exorcised his frustrations by building up his fighting skills and strength, earning the skills he hoped might later give pause to his opponents.
Soon at liberty again, Kangaroo underwent treatment seeking superhuman mutation. When this seemingly failed, he became a professional baseball player as Billy Bob Jenks, but, although he quickly rose to super-star status, he was expelled from the sport after his criminal past came to light. Returning to crime, he was quickly recaptured and imprisoned, his admittedly embarrassing super-villain career probably provoking more concern than he warranted. Incarcerated at the power-dampening Cage, Kangaroo parlayed his unaffected human-level fighting skills into prison respect. However, stress and exertion catalyzed his earlier mutation attempts, increasing his size and strength while retarding his intellect and fostering the delusional belief that he was the late Oliver; his newly increased strength might have approached superhuman level, but in the Cage there was little way to tell and less chance to use it.
He was broken out of prison specifically to help the Hobgoblin escape from prison. The supervillains failed to break him out. He tried to find other employment by working with the Squadron Sinister but when their plan came to light he tried to back out. Hyperion would not allow it and melted the back of the Kangaroo’s head.